Precise Club Hotel Riviera Montenegro

Njivice, Herceg-Novi, Serbia and Montenegro | Hotel
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    La Perla

    A travel blog entry by terredeshommes on May 06, 2014

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    ... the whole of the Croatian Southern Dalmatia. It's quite peculiar to think that a small Napoleonic fort that had never seen a battle in its own time, resisted two centuries later against weapons for which it hadn't been designed and played a major tactical and strategic role.

    The visit of the fort lasted longer than planned because it was really interesting, and we learned plenty of things. Once back down in town and after another ...

    Tada in Zadar

    A travel blog entry by hannah_louise on Sep 16, 2013

    Today we left Dubrovnik and headed to Plitvic Lakes, however we had a stop over in Zadar where we heard the sea organs which are it pipes by the sea which play music hence the name sea organs lol. We had a delicious lunch and gelati had a look at the markets and then continued on to Plitvic lakes ...

    Sailing Croatia!!!

    A travel blog entry by on Sep 04, 2013

    30 photos

    ... cut down a little because when wet the buggys can get quite dangerous because their wheels arent made to handle those conditions! All the same it was good fun!

    2. Wine tasting in Stari Grad

    We got taken up to a winery that also makes a number of other things like olive oil, cheese, cheery tomatos etc. We got given four glasses of wine each (two whites, one rose, and one red). The view from up there was pretty awesome and it was ...

    Croatia - Welcome to the EU!!

    A travel blog entry by kramertown on Jul 01, 2013

    7 photos

    ... local beach Banji. Another 250 meters past that is our nearest super market, bakery and the Ploce gate, the eastern gate to the old walled city. Go another 100 meters and you run smack into Dubrovnik's other famous wall - a wall of tourists.

    While not quite at the level of San Marco at midday, the old city pulses with a constant flow of tour groups and visitors. Undeterred we stroll through the Main Street (Stradum) past the cafes and restaurant hawkers ("maybe a ...

    All roads are winding

    A travel blog entry by hudsimo on May 11, 2013

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    ... be honest, it wasn't worth the effort. Or maybe we've been fortified having seen too many fort 'things'.

    And of course no Montenegrin blog would be complete without at least one road story. In one part there were extensive roadworks with the only warning a couple of signs on stands taking up a third of the lane being dug up. There were certainly no stop/go people directing the traffic and no warning signs about speed limits and the workers wore ...